This user-friendly tool offers a wide array of customization options. Users start with a randomly generated human figure and can modify numerous aspects like age, gender, ethnicity, body type, and pose, in addition to hair color, style, clothing, and accessories—kind of like The Sims.
Useful things for young people aged 14 and over
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"There is a problem in sport with underfuelling and underloading. That comes with the constant demands to look a certain way and, unfortunately, a vitriolic environment that comes from social media.
"I always urge everybody to be mindful of that because we're destroying people in many ways."
Not In Our Community is developed and continually improved with young people, including survivors, to help us protect ourselves and friends from grooming and sexual or criminal exploitation. The resource includes teaching materials and information for professionals and parents and carers.
British photographer Rankin found 15 teenagers who don't regularly use photo editing apps and took simple, natural portraits of them. After a quick lesson on how to use basic editing apps on their phones, they were asked to filter their image so that it would get more likes. The results are an astonishing look at how our online images are becoming increasingly homogenized and the effects these beauty ideals are having on our youth. (2019)
Online harassment in sport is a form of abuse that targets an individual (or a group of players). This content can often be used to mock an athlete’s skills or abilities but can also target their personal and private lives, including their families and friends.
Types of harassment can include discrimination, bullying, sexism, racism, hurtful language, sexual harassment, trolling, rumour spreading and threats.